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Links 1 through 10 of 224 by Martin Christensen tagged socialsoftware

Looking at the data across systems, I’d like to speculate that there’s a general property at work.  In a social software system, as the system grows and diversity of networks increases, so does utilization of privacy.

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Computer networks are social networks. Social affordances of computer supported social networks--broader bandwidth, wireless portability, globalized connectivity, personalization--are fostering the movement from door-to-door and place-to-place communities to person-to-person and role-to-role communities. People connect in social networks rather than in communal groups. In-person and computer-mediated communication are integrated in communities characterized by personalized networking.

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Collaboration is one of the most important tools available to organisations today. Even in the current volatile economic climate, where it can be difficult to gain a competitive edge, executives are finding that by empowering employees through collaboration, they can increase their organisations’ agility and deliver new levels of productivity

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pretty cool debate site by the economist.

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The impressive result of the volunteer editorial staff who worked their way through #reboot11. A visual reboot!

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A Pattern Language is a book about architecture that was written in the 1970s, before the Web as we know it was even conceived. But the book provides hundreds of valuable patterns for community planning and architectural design, many of which can easily be applied to online communities and social networking websites.

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